Skardu: It has been decided to conduct a search operation at a very high altitude of K2 from the C-130 aircraft to search for Muhammad Ali Sadpara and his team.
According to details, it is the fourth day of aerial search operation on K2 to search for Muhammad Ali Sadpara and his team. The air pressure on the K2 is also excessive.
Rescue sources said that the helicopter mission to search for the missing climbers has been delayed. Ground search and rescue teams are present at the base camp. The ground search will resume as soon as the weather improves.
According to sources, the weather is expected to improve for a short time in the afternoon. As soon as the weather improves, air operations will be considered. A search operation has been decided at the highest altitude of K2 from C-130 aircraft. The zone will be photographed. Ali Sadpara’s son Sajid Sadpara will also take part in the historic operation.
An emergency meeting was held at the Ministry of Home Affairs regarding the K2 operation. The Home Ministry contacted the Air Headquarters regarding the K2 operation, in which it was agreed to continue the operation through the use of modern technology.
Skardu: With the improvement of weather, air operations will also be launched. A team of pilots is ready with modern helicopters of the Pakistan Air Force.
The Skardu Tourism Department said that the condition of Mohammad Ali Sadpara and two foreign climbers could not be ascertained. The search operation was halted today due to inclement weather. The rescue operation will resume as soon as the weather clears.
The tourism department said that the Pakistan Army was playing a full role in the aviation rescue operation while the search was being carried out by Army helicopters and by land.
On the other hand, Sajid Ali Sadpara said that he is satisfied with the ongoing search operation for Mohammad Ali Sadpara. Mohammad Ali Sadpara is missing from Chardan. At 8200 meters, everyone was with Ali Sadpara.
Mohammad Ali Sadpara’s son said that when we got out of there, the temperature was minus 62 degrees Celsius.